ASD UPDATES BLOG: Victims Of AdSurfDaily Ponzi Scheme Who Missed Filing Deadline For Remissions Should Get Paperwork In Order And Contact U.S. Attorney’s Office To Receive Claim Form

On Aug. 29, the PP Blog reported that U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer has authorized the U.S. Department of Justice to reopen remissions claims for victims of the AdSurfDaily Ponzi scheme who missed the January 2011 filing deadline.

Earlier in August, prosecutors advised Collyer that “it is entirely possible” ASD’s database did not contain the names of all members and that money remained to provide a disbursement.

Under the plan, qualifying members who missed the filing deadline could receive a pro rata share of the remainder of funds seized by the U.S. Secret Service in August 2008.

Although the date upon which the Justice Department will reopen remissions still is not known, the ASDUpdates Blog is reporting today that “they expect something to happen within the next few months regarding Claim Forms and submission of documents.”

Visit ASDUpdates to get important info on the new round of remissions.

Visit the ASD victims’ info site site at the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the District of Columbia.


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